- Fix & Flip
- Fix & Lease
- Long-Term Rental
- Recent Loans
The investor was looking to purchase and renovate the property using RCN’s ARV Loan Program. Since this was an experienced contractor who was anticipating spending about $83k on rehab costs, RCN Capital was able to provide a loan for 65% of the After-Care-Value. Based on the property’s appraised ARV, the borrower anticipates a 27% ROI for this project.
For this purchase of a beautiful single-family home the borrower was looking to acquire the property as a long term rental investment. No renovations were needed for the property thus RCN Capital was able to provide the borrower with funding for the acquisition.
Single Family Residential
The borrower was looking to purchase the single family house to utilize as a rental property. Since the borrower had experience with owning and operating other rental properties, RCN Capital was able to provide a loan for 69% of the After-Repair-Value of the property. The borrower plans to refinance traditionally once this project is complete.
This experienced borrower and flipper was looking to purchase the single family residence to renovate. The borrower plans to spend about $30K on renovations prior to putting the house back on the market. RCN Capital was able to fund 75% LTC for this investor.
The investor was looking to purchase the single-family home with the intention quickly flipping it. The property needed some minor renovations, and could be cleaned up and quickly listed. RCN Capital was able to provide a loan based on the After-Repair-Value of the property giving the investor financing for the purchase and rehab.
Single Family Rehab
The borrowers purchased this 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home with the intent to fix and flip the property. RCN Capital was able to help finance the acquisition and renovation of the property. With the additional funds, the borrowers had the ability to fully renovate the kitchen, bathroom and basement, as well as refinish the floors and apply fresh coats of paint throughout the house. The project took approximately six months to complete, after which the borrowers listed the home for resale.